Mexico President Places Lab of Berlin Wall at Border As ‘Lesson’

The United States remains in a tumultuous situation in both domestic and international terms. Since the 46th President Joe Biden entered the Oval Office in January of 2021, things have been chaotic in the nations state of affairs. Inflation brought about by record levels of reckless government spending remains at a historic high and foreign adversary continue to take an aggressive stance in international politics, emboldened by weak leadership from the executive branch. In schools around the nation, a cultural war rages as several states attempt to erode the rights of parental authority and familial control over children. Perhaps the most glaring problem is that at the U.S. southern border with Mexico. Since Biden arrived at the White House, it is estimated that over 5 million illegal migrants have crossed the border into America.

Mexico, a nation also grappling with serious gubernatorial problems and corruption, continues to remain indifferent to the patterns of migration, and the nation simply has been unable to manage its northern border. Many public officials in the country also are opposed to America having the right to national sovereignty by securing its border. The mayor of Tijuana bashed the migrant policies on the United States (which may be viewed as weak to begin with) by installing a 3-ton concrete slab of the Berlin wall near the border.

The piece was installed on August 13th. Tijuana mayor Montserrat Caballero had been contacted by the artifact’s initial owner, Marcos Cline. Cline had initially sought to deliver the slab to President Donald Trump while he was living at the White House during his presidency but was refused the opportunity. The Berlin chunk is located near new construction of border wall. Biden had initially halted any further construction of the wall after taking office but has since decided to restart construction which had already been contracted under Trump. This decision was an “about face” for Biden, reversing his executive order.